Did you know that besides healthcare environments, portable room partitions KwickScreen are also widely used in events & sports industry, workplace, schools & universities and for branding?
Privacy & Branding
During the Wimbledon Club Squash Open the KwickScreens were used in a number of confitgurations.
The portable room partitions KwickScreens were used to provide privacy on the practice courts for the players warming up for their matches adjacent to the show courts. Once play had finished the KwickScreens, which had been printed with sponsor logos, were used around the tournament.
Shielding the practice courts from the sitting crowds the KwickScreens enabled the players to focus on their warm ups without distractions. The KwickScreens were moved into a position to provide a exible doorway through which the players could pass before being closed off with the KwickScreen extended only 2 m.
After play nished the KwickScreens were then wheeled on court for the player photos and prize giving, with ample space for tournament sponsors to have their brands displayed prominently next to the players.
Finally after the prize giving the KwickScreens were taken upstairs to be used as a backdrop during the tournament dinner.
Throughout the tournament the KwickScreens were used as exible and multi use dividers.
Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, Brighton - the football club use KwickScreens to provide immediate privacy for visitors if there is an incident on a match day.
Blackheath Rugby, London - use KwickScreens to separate players and fans after matches at dinner to give a more professional feel to the space. After dinner the space is opened up to provide a larger bar area.
London 2012 Olympics - 15 portable KwickScreens were rented to create pop-up treatment areas for the athletes in the Olympic Village.
Football & KwickScreen
KwickScreens have enabled Brighton & Hove Albion to manage the flow of visitors and maintain privacy of visitors and professionals in case any incidents occur, on or off the pitch.
Using KwickScreen helps Brighton & Hove Albion to act quickly when an emergency situation arises where privacy is required so that the event can continue uninterrupted, with the incident remaining discreet and private.
Their KwickScreens have also helped separate players from visitors during their dinner events or gatherings and also helps to create a communal area when necessary.